Spread the love
Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State may be ridiculing President Muhammadu Buhari in disguise on the establishment of ranching for herdsmen. The Benue governor is, accordingly, demanding the sum of N100 billion from the federal government to Benue State for the establishment of ranching. Governor Ortom argued that since the federal government approved N6.5 billion to Katsina State for establishment of ranching for herdsmen, Benue State deserves much more with an apology.
Governor Ortom, in Makurdi, protested that it is hypocritic that the federal government approved N6.5 billion for Katsina State for the establishment of ranching. He argued that the approval contradicts the earlier decision of the federal government to sustain open grazing.
Governor Ortom had declared: “It is hypocrisy for the federal government to approve money for ranching in a state and leave others out. And in fact, the Governor of the (Katsina) state in his remark said N5 billion had already been remitted to their coffers. So, I begin to wonder, where are we headed.
“Tell me where we are economically, security-wise, politically, where is Nigeria?
“A government that has failed completely in all spheres of life.
“Even you, the journalists who are talking to me, can you, in all honesty, say this government of APC and the presidency have impacted your lives?
“So, we must not be afraid to speak out.”
You may be interested
Revealed: Where Benin stands on Igboho extraditionWebby - July 21, 2021
Spread the loveLegal battle and horse trading have commenced in the wake of the arrest and planned extradition of Yoruba…
Filmmaker Biodun Stephen Accuses EFCC of Breaking Into Her Hotel Room in The Middle of the NightWebby - July 21, 2021
Biodun The unprofessional manner engaged by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has made filmmaker, Biodun Stephen lament…
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine May Not Be Highly Effective Against Delta And Lambda Variant – ResearchWebby - July 21, 2021
A new research has suggested that those who received the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine may need a booster to…